Villages

The question facing the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday was this: If an applicant is tearing down most of...

By the end of the month, the Montauk Lighthouse Committee will learn whether the Lighthouse is eligible for national landmark status, which would preserve it and ...

The wheels were spinning and there were lots of ideas about improving water and habitat quality, but the 21 people who attended the second meeting of the ad hoc Lake Montauk Watershed Committee agreed after a lengthy discussion that traction was...
A new, $150,000 public comfort station on South Edison Street near Nick’s beach will be open and ready to use by Memorial Day, according to East Hampton Town Councilwoman Julia Prince, with indigenous-plant landscaping to begin as soon as...
It took a ruling from the State Supreme Court, but c/o the Maidstone finally won approval from East Hampton Village last week to offer outdoor dining to patrons...
Downtown Montauk will get an additional 40 parking spaces before the summer season begins. What’s more, the $10 parking fee at the town-owned Kirk Park parking lot will be lifted this year in the hope that...
The Triune Baptist Church of East Hampton, which for some time has held services at the Neighborhood House on Three Mile Harbor Road, has begun meeting in a temporary home at St. David’s A.M.E. Zion Church in Sag Harbor.
The former chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, is seeking a natural resources permit and a variance to extend the dock and legalize an existing boatlift.
After two public budget sessions at the end of March, attended by a largely vocal group of frustrated parents, teachers, and taxpayers, it ís back to the drawing board on the proposed $65.9 million district budget. Two more budget meetings were set for tomorrow and Saturday before the board is expected to vote on Tuesday.
A colony of feral cats at the Montauk Downs State Park is being disbanded by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.
Consternation has grown in Springs in particular over what has been perceived as a glut of illegal housing there and a lack of enforcement.